track list: 01. Fruit Rope 02. A Mahavishnu 03. Barghest 04. Spanish Rope 05. The New Navy Tango 06. The Private Public Leggee 07. Who's Parrot? 08. Ledzepdid 09. C Loco Dance Topics: percussion, fusion, jamband, humans Source: SBD > Logic > CD
God has revealed himself in nature and in revelation. By studying the names of God we can know more about God and how we humans should come before him –in awe and reverence. Topics: 'God', 'Names', 'Humans'
Today we call in reinforcements as Chalmer takes the reins and leads us through some common objections used by those who attack Evolution. Join us as we go from radiometric carbon dating to retroviruses. Why are there still monkeys? What is a vestigial trait? And can Chalmer structure a coherent question? It’s all here in this edition of Alternatives to Thought! Special guest: Joel Guttormson! Topics: Evolution, humans, homo sapiens
The follow video shows some exce;;ent video of eagles feeding while at the same time drawing a coalition between the eagles and humans. This was is a total rework of my earlier post Table Manners after kicking my ass in gear to do it more justice. Let me know if you like it better. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: starvation, eagles, birds, humans
I chatter further about the disconnect people have between themselves and other human beings. I know it will get old eventually but, right now, I am feeling very strong on the subject. Topics: technology, humans, people, relationships
Why don't things work the way that they used to? Where are our leaders? Why am I working harder and harder while I seem to be going backwards? Why do my children perceive that they will not have as good a life as mine? Why is violence rampant in our streets? Why are schools, business, and government broken? These are questions that we hear over and over again in millions of forms as we grope to grasp the meaning of what's happening to us. The basic problem is that our models of organizations... Topics: ingenuity, humans, organizations, change
* The Human Family Tree - 2009. Featuring Spencer Wells, Nat Geo's Genographic Project, and narrated by Kevin Bacon and Michelle Dejesus. * uploaded by bsanandaATyahooDOTcom * globalcooperativeforumDOTnet Topic: Spencer Wells, humans
A show about work worth doing, people worth meeting. Archived from iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/above-average-humans/id1170153335. Items in this collection are restricted. Topics: podcasts, Above Average Humans!
From the creation of humans in Genesis 1 through Revelation we see that God created humans to have dominion over creation. We haven't done a very good job at that, but we can learn from Jesus, the Son of Man, who fulfills that vocation perfectly. Topics: Jesus, Creation, Anthropology, Teleology, Humans
In this podcast I present evidence from the literature about what Neanderthals and Home Erectus - ancient humans ate. I then present some research showing what Romans and Egyptians ate. This episode gives us an idea of what ancient humans have eaten in the past. Topics: Ancient humans, diet, Egyptians, Romans
SpaceX Founder, CEO, and Lead Designer Elon Musk will discuss the long-term technical challenges that need to be solved to support the creation of a permanent, self-sustaining human presence on Mars. The technical presentation will focus on potential architectures for sustaining humans on the Red Planet that industry, government and the scientific community can collaborate on in the years ahead. ------------------------- Recording Livestream from Youtube. Sep 27 2016 18:40 GMT Topic: SpaceX: Making Humans Multiplanetary Species
Environmental chemicals have the ability to alter natural hormone functions. They interfere with hypothalamic and pituitary release of hormones. These endocrine disruptors are dangerous that they affect the normal metabolism and reproductive health which leads to fertility issues. In humans and farm animals, these substances develop a reproductive toxicity. So, research is required to identify these compounds, and understanding its impacts caused in the environment. This article overviews the... Topics: Environment, Including Animals and Humans
We talk about some of the scary aspects of human nature. What makes someone kill their family? Why is violence entertainment for some? Hannah guest-hosts and, as always, we have a new Fake Fact of the Week. Topics: violence, humans, murder, Hannah, unedited
In this episode we interview Lydia Pyne about her new book Seven Skeletons: The Evolution of the World's Most Famous Fossils. It is an exploration of the many facets of scientific communication and knowledge as highlighted by seven famous ancient human skeletons. Topics: science, humans, fossils, knowledge, history Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast